Previously-Censored Study Finds mRNA Vaccines May Alter DNA

A censored study published by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) found that mRNA vaccines potentially alter the DNA of recipients and their offspring.

The study, originally published in the journal Current Issues in Molecular Biology, found that COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are “able to enter the human liver cell line Huh7 in vitro. BNT162b2 mRNA is reverse transcribed intracellularly into DNA as fast as 6 [hours] after BNT162b2 exposure,” meaning that the mRNA affects the individual’s DNA.

If the vaccine integrates into the “host genome,” it could “affect the integrity of genomic DNA, which may potentially mediate genotoxic side effects,” the authors wrote.

Dr. Peter McCulough explained the significance of the study on X, writing, “COVID-19 vaccination may be permanent for the vaccinated and their progeny.”

“It’s possible that the Pfizer and Moderna genetic code is permanently installed into the human genome. It’s possible,” McCullough said.

“There hasn’t been a study to confirm this find, and there hasn’t been one rejecting it,” he continued. “We have to reconcile that Pfizer and Moderna potentially could have permanently changed the human genome. We don’t know. We hope the body can edit it out. This is very disturbing.”

“What if eggs and sperm took up the Pfizer and Moderna code that is permanently installed? Then they would pass it on to the baby,” McCullough added. “That’s the great concern. All of this was done with no attention to what actually could happen. Incredibly reckless.”